Lufthansa to firm up expansion plans by June
LUFTHANSA, the German airline, which proposes to firm up expansion plans for India during the second half of 2004, is set to provide a new flying experience to its Indian passengers from June this year, that of accessing the worldwide Web in the ...
NCP to make poll issue of Maersk bid for JNPT terminal
THE formidable shipping fleet of Maersk would have weathered many a storm in high seas, but this is one `storm' that even the world's largest shipping liner is perhaps unprepared to face. Maersk, which has emerged as the highest bidder for the ...
Mumbai port to focus on bulk cargoes
REALISING that it is futile to compete with Jawaharlal Nehru Port for container traffic, Mumbai Port, which improved its standing to the sixth position among the Indian major ports in terms of cargo throughput last fiscal, has now decided to ...
P&O Port opens container freight station at Mundra
P&O Ports, which operates the Mundra International Container Terminal, has opened a new container freight station (CFS) near the port. Situated less than 2 km from the berth, the CFS spread over 50 acres of land is the largest pure CFS in the ..
NIOT seeks overseas help on Hooghly navigability scheme
THE Visakhapatnam-based National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) will take a few more months to firm up its views on the River Regulatory Scheme (RRS) designed to improve the navigability of the Hooghly near Haldia dock, as it has sought ...
Eastern Railway sets 42-mt freight target
EASTERN Railway has set a freight target of 42 million tonnes for the year 2004-05. The General Manager of Eastern Railway, Mr Shyam Kumar, announced this here on Tuesday at a function to celebrate the 51st Railway Week. He said ER surpassed ...
Comments & Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com
Subscribe to: Business Line